Kaleb Toth officially joins Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame

by Dan Marshall

This weekend Kaleb Toth enters the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame. The announcement was made back in July but the official ceremony takes place November 12th in New Westminster.

The Hall will welcome ten inductees, which includes five other players Rich Catton, Blane Harrison, Trish Nicholson, Josh Sanderson and Troyhann Santos.

 There are three builders Rey Comeault, Doug Luey and Joanne Stanga, and one official Bill Fox.

Toth has been a tremendous contributor to Nanaimo lacrosse for nearly 20 years.

Kaleb played seven seasons with Nanaimo. During his 11 seasons of WLA lacrosse, he played 162 games, scoring 281 goals, along with 365 assists for a total of 544 points.

During a six year stint as Timbermen head coach Toth led Nanaimo to playoff appearances in 2018 and 2019 and won the Nanaimo Sport Achievement Award for High Performance Coach of the year in 2019.

He also played thirteen seasons in the NLL with Toronto and Calgary Roughnecks winning the NLL Champions Cup in 2000, 2004 and 2009.